Home Sweet Home!
I have just arrived home, unpacked my bags and had a relaxing cup of coffee. The whole time I have been thinking about our wonderful trip to Chiang Mai and all the unique experiences we have shared. I enjoyed it so much and learned so much too. I am certain that you all have too.
Your home learning for this week is to complete your Residential Booklets. There are lots of pages for you to reflect on the Hill Tribe experiences and the Elephant Nature Park. You will also need to complete your diaries and perhaps you would like to look through your photographs and enter the photography competition? Booklets should be returned to me by Wednesday next week. The best ones will get a prize.
Please enjoy the final set of photos.
Happy New Year and Happy Home Learning!
Happy New Year to you all. It is lovely to be back at school feeling rested and energised ready for the exciting term ahead.
This week we discovered our brand new learning theme which leads us on an expedition of discovery about:
'Thailand and Tourism'
The library have asked us to produce a brochure for Patana new families that promotes responsible tourism in Thailand.
Please click here for details of our exciting Connected Learning project for this half term.
Click here for a reading comprehension exercise. Spend a minimum of 30 minutes on this task and answer the questions neatly in your Home Learning books. This relates to our IB focus 'caring'.
Can I design a poster that shows my understanding of rotational symmetry?
Look for patterns around the house and in your local area. Sketch them or take photos of them and display them on your poster.
You may also use the internet and books and magazines.
Include a definition of rotational symmetry (Rotational symmetry is...) and what order of rotational symmetry each of your chosen patterns have.